In Alabama in the early 1970’s, there was a height and weight limitation, in order to be considered as a candidate for becoming a prison guard. The restrictions were minimum 5’2 and 120 pounds. Such requests ruled out Dianne Rawlinson, who made a class action suit against the requirements, as she thought that they violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Dianne Rawlinson raised the legal question in Court whenever height and weight requirements for employment as a prison guard in the Alabama would violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Jadira Jackson is a 23 year old African American mother of two children, both female and ages 6 and 6 months. Currently, Jadira’s oldest child resides with her father in Maryland. Jadira first came to the attention of Richmond City Child Protective Services when it was reported by an in-home agency that her 6 year old daughter was the victim of severe mental abuse because she is biracial. Jadira’s second referral to Richmond City Child Protective Services was due to a domestic dispute between her and her now 6 month old daughter’s father. During the incident, it was reported that Jadira dropped her 6 month old daughter, Jasaya. Since starting services with the family, it has been discovered that Jadira has severe mental health issues that impact
On August 5, 2017, the undersigned detective and Detective Phan interviewed Tyliyah's mother (Ms. Ta'Neka Wright) at 750 Barnaby Street, SE #202. Ms. Wright stated that she resides at the above listed location with her children. Ms. Wright stated that Tyliyah's enrolled in YSC program and currently residing at Umbrella Therapeutic Services group home. Ms. Wright stated that Tyliyah come over on the weekend to spend time with her family. Ms. Wright stated that Tyliyah is diagnosed with bipolar and depression.
Course Description This course focuses on the causes of, impacts of, and solutions to environmental issues. Students identify global environmental issues as well as develop and critique environmental action plans. Topics include ecosystems, energy, populations, resources, pollution, and sustainability. Policies Faculty and students/learners will be held responsible for understanding and adhering to all policies contained within the following two documents: • • University policies: You must be logged into the
Ronda as one of my ARMs you have the responsibility of being well versed in all programs that are offered by our department. You have shown you extensive knowledge of policy by training Rev Team and H & I staff, assisting with the temporary supervision of Assessors and by handling and responding to protective services inquires. You able to articulate our program polices and regulations to providers, participants and agencies. Your knowledge is also shown during discussions regarding policy clarifications and/or changes with other managers, Bureau Chiefs and the policy units. You review completed cases in WT, you complete care plan change request as needed and you assign and reassign hotlines in Case Compass in an effort to keep yourself abreast of how all automated systems work.
The following is a case study of Lala Jones, an adolescent child of the age of 3 years old. She attends Early Head Start in Magnolia, Ar. Lala was born in Magnolia, Ar. on December 31, 2011 and is living with her grandparents whom are her legal guardian. Lala is an African American. Currently, Lala is a child of low socioeconomic status. She does have two siblings, a sister of 14 years old and a brother of 10 years old, but are not living with her.
The Office of Women’s Health (OWH) works within and outside the agency to raise awareness of women 's health and to promote programs, research, policies, and strategies that will improve the health and safety of women and girls. Although OWH was created in 1994, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (2010) required several of the operating divisions within the Department of Health and Human Services to establish an Office of Women’s Health at the highest level of each operating division. OWH is now positioned at CDC in the Office of the Associate Director for Program within the Office of the CDC Director. (cdc.gov/women)
The author of the article is Carla Keirns who currently works and does research at Stony Brook University in New York. She calls herself a physician, clinical ethicist, teacher and health policy researcher (Keirns 178). The article presents her medical experience: she was a medical student, had internship in Philadelphia’s maternity ward and assisted at a number of cesareans. Her fellow-students are obstetricians, pediatricians, physicians, MFM specialists who she consulted when pregnant. So, Carla Keirns is a health professional who is involved in medical issues.
The worker contacted Brittany Coleman, the sister of Jessica Farrand. Mrs. Coleman stated” I don’t think the children are being properly taken care of because Jessica is erratic, emotionally unstable, and she and Steven Burke both have a drug and alcohol problems”. Mrs. Coleman stated “Jessica is in an abusive relationship with Steven and he has put a gash on her forehead so bad my mother had to take her to the hospital. Jessica originally told my mother she fell and got the gash, but later admitted to me it was from fighting with Steven”. Mrs. Coleman stated “Jessica doesn’t talk to her children, all she does is scream, yell, and curse at them they don’t get any help from her they’re defenseless”. Mrs. Coleman stated “The children live in
On Thursday’s morning Gina McCarthy gave a lecture for different classes of political sciences. Gina McCarthy was chosen by President Barack Obama in his first year as president as the 13th administrator for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA mission is “to protect public health and the environment”. In other words, its mission is to provide clean air, clean water, safe and healthy land, and stable climate for the people. She believes that, “If you don’t have a good environment you won’t have a good economy”. McCarthy walked her way through being the face for EPA by working all levels of the government and by abrogating for children’s health. She assured us that even though you think you don’t have power everyone has the power to make a change even though it seems insignificant.
Meghan Parsons is a sophomore and is on the Colorguard team here at Chino Hills High School. Meghan is a hard worker and has determination to do well in Colorguard. She also has a lot of passion in what she does, and you can see in the Colorguard performances where the girls love what they are doing. The amazing performances they put on do not come so easy. Meghan says that they practice almost every day for at least four hours. Meghan claims that even sometimes after practice or on days the team does not have practice; they also practice at home. They practice here at Chino Hills High in Center Ice, the gym, or the stadium. On days of their performances and competition, they usually have a full on practice before they leave for a competition. After their practice they do their hair, makeup, and get into their costume.
Karen Johnston is a director of a health planning agency which employs approximately 18 staff members and also serves on the Community Advisory Board (CAB). This program typically incorporates two student interns from her health planning agency. The CAB is a vital program as it advises the program faculty on issues that concern curriculum, internships, job placements, and scholarships.
Tamika Johnson is a Family Preservation Worker that is currently seeing the Thomas Family. The Thomas’s have two children Melissa who is 15 years of age and Shane who is 14. Tamika is assigned in working with the family due to a report of Child Abuse. During the helping process Tamika learns that Shane is often truant from home and school causing verbal and physical altercation within the home.